Apricot Hotel

Address: Sultanahmet Mh., Amiral Tafdil Sokak No. 22, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | Hotel
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          Farewell to Greece

          A travel blog entry by mckojo on Oct 09, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... we once again roam the streets and lanes that abound in the old town. We enjoy the chance to stroll through this historical area with no agenda other than to take in the atmosphere.

          Gerry and Ruth chose an overview of the local sea life, courtesy of the aquarium, followed by a dip in the ocean and a stroll in the Medieval City.

          My last trip to Greece was just after I graduated from university - 40 plus years ago. Much ...

          A few things about Istanbul.

          A travel blog entry by caeneden on Aug 25, 2015


          ... t have any money. So I had to find a bank, then I bought the ugliest fridge magnet you have ever seen. ( I don't think he believed me when I said I was coming back.) It's a see through turtle with shells inside and it has Gelibolu printed on it. And I love it. Makes me grin. Magnificent sunny day. Just driving now to Cape Helles, the Dardenelles out the bus window on my left. How unbelievable is this? It is a 'pinch me' moment. Fulia has just advised us that we have WiFi on the bus. ...

          Better than HGTV

          A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 08, 2015

          8 photos

          ... Palace,  home to opulent Ottoman sultans between 1465 and 1856, once housed thousands of people. Mosques, kitchens, baths, dormitories, libraries, pavillions and other structures are built around courtyards and gardens. The Imperial Gate, guarded by guys with machine guns, leads to the first courtyard. There I saw a procession of costumed people (soldiers? role players?) marching in my direction! What an elaborate welcome. Thank you, ...

          Day 93

          A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Nov 02, 2014

          1 photo

          ... are using Turkish ravioli (Manti) these are small parcels with a small piece of spicy meat wrapped in the centre if it. The dish works out well, and there is enough for tomorrow, bonus. In the evening we check that Doris knows where to find the apartment and that we have everything prepared for our move, it will be strange living in a big ...

          Going our Separate Ways ....

          A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 23, 2014

          25 photos

          ... and horses on the islands. Our first mission was to rent bikes 15TL AU$7.80 per day. There were numerous rental centres about. We picked up a random place and paid a 100TL deposit each. The island is quite hilly. The horse and carriages were menacing and threatened to run us down. There was a large climb to the centre of the island. David struggled. We turned back to ride on the flatter parts and finally decided to have lunch. We had little money - most was left for the ...